Served in Capt. B. C. Raney's Randolph Co., AL reserves, Co., E. Lowes Regiment and Gen. Benjamin J. Hill's Brigade. Andrew Jackson "Jack" Buttram was killed during Croxton's raid in Munford, AL on April 23, 1865. He was the last Confederate soldier killed in action in the Civil War. A monument stands at the spot where he was killed, placed there by the U.D.O.C., November 04, 1914. This monument placed by the U.D.O.C. was moved after 1972 to a spot about 75 feet from his grave site. A new grave marker was placed on the grave by the Sons of the Confederate Veterans on May 3, 1998
Notes, the Confederate soldiers in this action were a mixed bag of militia, guards, reserves, stagglers, etc.
Both Union and Confederate lost one killed each. His death is believed to have been the result of friendly fire.
I could not find service records for him. He was about 48 and perphaps Conscripted late.